Georgia Giblin, Ph.D.
Georgia Giblin is currently the Director, Performance Science with the Detroit Tigers. Georgia oversees the Performance Science department and is responsible for researching, planning, and implementing performance science solutions. She works across multiple departments within the organization with the goal of optimizing player performance and mitigating injury risk. Prior to joining the Tigers, Georgia spent one year at the University of Michigan as a post-doctoral fellow. Before moving to the US, Georgia spent 4 years as a biomechanist at the Queensland Academy of Sport, supporting Australia’s Olympic athletes across Track & Field, Softball, Triathlon, and Archery. Georgia completed her Ph.D. in Biomechanics and Motor Learning at Victoria University in Melbourne, in partnership with Tennis Australia where she investigated the relationship between how coaches perceived technical changes in movement, and subsequently how athletes implement varying levels of feedback into their movement patterns.